Celine Dion holds up her honour Felix award presented to her at the ADISQ gala, the Quebec music industry awards at a ceremony in Montreal, on Sunday Nov. 2, 2008. The Felix statuette is name in memory of the late Felix Leclerc.
Celine Dion has cancelled her scheduled concert in Chicago tomorrow night, after doctors banned her from singing for five days.
The 40-year-old singer – who had a special humidifier built to protect her throat during her Las Vegas residency from 2003 to 2007 – is unable to perform because she has been battling a nasopharyngeal infection, an infection in the upper respiratory tract, for the past week.
Celine has rescheduled the concert for December 16 but she is still set to perform on November 7 in Ottawa, Canada, as part of her ‘Taking Chances World Tour’.
The singer recently revealed she and her 66-year-old husband Rene Angelil will try for another baby after she finishes the tour.
Celine, who welcomed son Rene-Charles into the world in 2001 after having a series of fertility treatments, is keen to extend her family, but will not be too disappointed if the process doesn’t work.
She said: “We are going to give it a try after my tour. Hopefully we are pregnant again. I have a small window of hope. But we have been so blessed already. We tried six years for Rene-Charles. We have our miracle baby.”